Last night (Saturday, December 12), drum legend Carmine Appice (SLAMM, VANILLA FUDGE, ROD STEWART, OZZY OSBOURNE, TED NUGENT, KING KOBRA) joined the SIN CITY SINNERS on stage in Las Vegas, Nevada. The band jammed such hits as "You Keep Me Hanging On", "Hot Legs", "Do Ya Think I'm Sexy", "Bark At The Moon", and "Crazy Train", but the surprise of the night was when they welcomed original KING KOBRA guitarist David Michael-Phillips to the stage, followed by their brand new singer, Paul Shortino (ROUGH CUTT, QUIET RIOT). Together they performed the KING KOBRA classic "Hunger" with SINNERS bassist Michael Ellis and singer Todd Kerns on guitar.This is the first time the band announced publicly that they will reunite to record a new CD with all original members and Shortino on vocals.
SIN CITY SINNERS has fast become one of Las Vegas' top acts with its high-energy show. What began just two years ago as a weekly just-for-fun jam at a local dive bar evolved into standing-room-only shows regularly featuring some of rock's hottest musicians and celebrity guests. SIN CITY SINNERS is composed of a tight-knit group of well-known musicians — Todd Kerns (AGE OF ELECTRIC), Brent Muscat (FASTER PUSSYCAT, L.A. GUNS), Rob Cournoyer (RAGING SLAB) and Michael Ellis. SIN CITY SINNERS will release a CD of original songs in late December, titled "Exile on Fremont St.". For more information, visit www.myspace.com/scsinners.